L'Arancio Affittacamere

Via Romana 57-59, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy
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Paying of parking fine

by ericgould

We encured a parking fine on the 28/8/10. At the time, and as now, we do not know how to pay it. How do we pay a parking fine once back at home (Israel)?

Re: Paying of parking fine

by Ina08

You could pay by bank transfer. The bank is the following according to the website of the city of Lucca (http://www.comune.lucca.it/flex/cm/pages/ServeBLOB.php/L/IT/IDPagina/707)
Cassa di Risparmio di Lucca - p.za S.Giusto - Lucca

This website (belonging to Pay Pal) gives the complete address (scroll down until you find Head office Piazza San Giusto)
And, for a fee, it also will provide the Swift/Bic code for the transfer. The only thing missing now is the bank account number. But maybe you have that printed on the fine somewhere?

Hope this helps

Re: Paying of parking fine

by cgf

28/8/10 ?? almost 60 days ago, usually fines are to be paid in much shorter time.

I would wait
if you had it with a rent a car, they would ask the money and you're going to pay it twice.
if you had with a private car, the owner of the car will receive the request to pay and if you're not the owner, you'll pay twice as well.

was it your car? you'll got [maybe] papers saying how to pay.

Re: Paying of parking fine

by cgf

you'll gEt...
anyhow it has gone, if you won't receive nothing you have not to pay.

Travel Tips for Lucca

Piazza Anfiteatro.

by Maurizioago

This square was built on the foundations of a Roman amphiteater built in the second half of the first century a. D. Later it became a quarry to supply the town with materials for churches and palaces. Several buildings were constructed inside this oval area in the Middle Ages. In the 19th century all the buildings that were inside were removed and the square were created.

Today piazza Anfiteatro has various restaurants and shops. This is also a venue for various events as well.

Martial arts outside the walls

by maritagnes

The nice green area surrounding the city walls are suitable for many activities - after having enjoyed our lovely walk on the walls, we came over these martial arts performers exercising on the grass. It must be a perfect place for an outdoor training day.


by illudiumqh36

It's not the ideal way of transport in the narrow lane of Lucca, but if you want to have a quick tour on the Walls there is nothing better. You can find bikes rental in many corners... Piazza Santa Maria and Corso Garibaldi (near Piazza Grande) are just two of them.
On the contrary, for people who lives or work in Lucca bicycle is the favorite way of trasport inside the Walls, so you can see a huge number of people riding bikes during the morning.

Main sights

by micajo

Unusual for cities in the region, the walls around the old town were retained intact as the city expanded and modernized. As the wide walls lost their military importance, they became a pedestrian promenade ringing the old town although they were used for a number of years in the 20th century for racing cars. They are still fully intact today.


by travelgourmet

The magnificence of gazing upon the facade of San Michele in Foro in the same piazza and then turning around to the Palazzo Pretorio at the SW corner and seeing this building designed by Matteo Civitali (a native son, born and who lived his life in Lucca in the 15th century) and was built by his son, one can scan back the hands of time and relive the times of the great artists of the renaissance. A larger than life statue, erected in 1893, honoring Matteo Civitali, of which one of his works, "Madonna and Child" adorn the right side of the cathedral of San Michele, sits in the portico of the Palazzo.


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Address: Via Romana 57-59, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy